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Felipe Baeza – Desde Niño Siempre Fui Penoso

Felipe Baeza - Desde Nino Siempre Fui Penoso

Felipe Baeza was born in Guanajuato, Mexico and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY and New Haven, CT. Baeza received his BFA from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. His work has been exhibited in various group shows around the country including New York’s The New School, the International Print Center New York, and Meyerson Hall Gallery at the University of Pennsylvania. He was the recipient of the Michael S. Vivo Prize for Drawing and previous residencies at the Lower East Side Printshop and at The Anderson Ranch Art Center. Baeza is currently an MFA candidate in the Painting and Printmaking program at the Yale School of Art.

Title: Desde Niño Siempre Fui Penoso

Year: 2009

Medium: Etching with gravure on paper

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 14 in

Minimum Bid: $100

Approximate Value: $300

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Elizabeth Atterbury – Untitled (Mortar number 2)

Elizabeth Atterbury - Untitled (Mortar number 2)

Elizabeth Atterbury (born 1982, West Palm Beach, FL) lives and works in Portland, Maine. Solo and group shows include Document, Chicago, The Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville; kijidome, Boston; Bodega, Philadelphia/New York; KANSAS, New York; and The ICA at Maine College of Art, Portland, among others. She received her BA from Hampshire College and her MFA from MassArt.

Title: Untitled (Mortar No.2)

Year: 2015

Medium: Mortar, MDF

Dimensions (sq inches): 16.25 x 11 in

Approximate Value: $750

 

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Chris Domenick – Framed O

Chris Domenick - Framed O

Chris Domenick is a visual artist working between sculpture, drawing, and performance. He received an MFA from Hunter College. He participated in the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2012 and has been included in exhibitions at Room East, Regina Rex, Socrates Sculpture Park, Vox Populi, White Box, Louis B James, The Center for Experimental Lectures, The Queens Museum of Art, and Capricious Space.  He currently lives and works in Queens, NY.

Title: “Framed O”

Year: 2016

Medium: graphite on paper, laminate, artists frame

Dimensions (sq inches): 6 x 1 x 10 in

Minimum Bid: $40

Approximate Value: $400

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Mx.Enigma

Does This Make Me Sexy - Je'JaeEve Can Stay - Je'JaeMickalene - Je'JaeTrue Beauty - Je'Jae

Mx.Enigma (artist name) Mx.= Not Mr. not Ms. Inspired by Mx. Justin Vivian Bond (Trans artist) Enigma means complex, mysterious, and uneasy to explain like my identity and life. Together I am affirming that I can be certain with the uncertainty.

Follow me on social media.

Twitter: MxEnigmatic

Instagram: Mx.Enigma

Facebook page: MxEnigma

(artist website) www.behance.net/MxEnigma

 

Title: Eve Can Stay

Mickalene

Does This Make Me Sexy

True Beauty

Year: 2016

Medium: Drawing, Painting

Dimensions (sq inches): 18 x 24 in

Minimum Bid: $15 / each

Approximate Value: $30 / each

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Zac Slams – I Was a Teenage Plastic Surgeon

Zac Slams - I Was a Teenage Mutant Surgeon

Zac Slams is a collage and video artist currently working in Calgary, Canada. She is also a student at the University of Calgary. See more of her work at www.slamslamslammed.tumblr.com

Title: I Was a Teenage Plastic Surgeon

Year: 2014

Medium: Collage

Dimensions (sq inches): 8 x 10 in

Minimum Bid: $15

Approximate Value: $30

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Xylor Jane – 2,457,454 M

Xylor Jane - 2457454 M

Xylor Jane: painter, lives and works in W. MA. Loves prime palindromes and cats- shows at Canada. www.canadanewyork.com

Title: 2,457,454 M

Year: 2016

Medium: ink on paper

Dimensions (sq inches): 8 x 8 in

Approximate Value: $3,500

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Vaginal Davis – Princess Edmond de Polignac

Vaginal Davis - Princess Edmond de Polignac

Vaginal Davis is an originator of the homo-core punk movement and a gender-queer art-music icon. Her concept bands — including Pedro Muriel and Esther, Cholita! The Female Menudo, black fag, and the Afro Sisters — have left an indelible mark on the development of underground music. Like Ron Athey, Ms Davis made her name in LA’s club performance scene, and has earned herself a similar notoriety as a cultural antagonist and erotic provocateur.

Set apart from gallery-centered art, and Hollywood movies, and from those systems’ necessities of high-polish, low-substance production, Vaginal Davis’s low-budget — often no-budget — performance, experimental film and video practice has critiqued exclusionary conceits from the outside. Davis has been a prolific producer of club performance, video and Xerox-produced Zines, and other forms of antagonistic low-cost, high-impact work. Such as in her drag reconstruction of Vanessa Beecroft’s Navy SEALs performance, Ms Davis derails collector-friendly raciness in spectacles of femininity, queerness and blackness. She critiques both the gallery system and the larger cultural trend that it mirrors, with tongue-in-cheek self-exploitation and rude provocations of racial and gender confusion.

Vaginal Davis is the key proponent of the disruptive performance aesthetic known as terrorist drag. Disrupting the cultural assimilation of gay-oriented and corporate-friendly drag, she positions herself at an uncomfortable tangent to the conservative politics of gay culture, mining its contradictory impulses to interrupt the entrenchment of its assimilatory strategies. A self-labeled “sexual repulsive,” Ms Davis consistently refuses to ease conservative tactics within gay and black politics, employing punk music, invented biography, insults, self-mockery, and repeated incitements to group sexual revolt — all to hilarious and devastating effect. Her body a car-crash of excessive significations, Vaginal Davis stages a clash of identifications within and against both heterosexual and queer cultures, and Black and Hispanic identities. From bubblegum songstress Graziela Grejalva to aging deviant John Dean Egg III, Davis’s personas reject the internal counter-cultural mandate to refuse self-criticism, instead problematising the functions and assumptions of normative trends within the margins. By renewing uncertainties within alternative cultures and identities, Vaginal Davis opens up spaces for their continual struggle towards renewed and greater challenges, over and against these practices’ timid appeasement and appropriation by the mainstream. – Dominic Johnson, Frieze Magazine

Title: Princess Edmond de Polignac

Year: 2015

Medium: Water color pencil, Wet & Wild Sold Gold nail varnish, hydrogen peroxide, glycerine, AquaNet hair spray, and witch hazel on Dittrich & Schlechtriem  business  card

Dimensions (sq inches): 8 x 5 cm (3.25 x 2 in)

Minimum Bid: $550

Approximate Value: $550

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Tuesday Similie – WE CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT OUR LIVES

Tuesday Similie - WE CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT OUR LIVES

Tuesday Smillie is a visual artist, living and working in Brooklyn NY. Her work has shown throughout the United States. In New York she has shown at Artist Space, Judson Church and the A.I.R. Gallery. In 2014 Smillie was inaugurated as the first Resident Artist of the Museum of Transgender Hirstory & Art. She was also an Art Matters grantee that year. Recently her work has been featured on Artnet.com and in VISION, a Chinese culture magazine. In 2016 she was an artist in residence at Kala Art Institute.

Title: WE CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT OUR LIVES

Year: 2012

Medium: Watercolor, collage on paper

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 7.5 in

Minimum Bid: $200

Approximate Value: $600

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Trina Rose – Subject of the Real

Trina Rose - Subject of the Real

Trina Rose is a multi-media artist in New York City working at social psychoanalytic disability art. Her interests and work explore the identity politics at the intersection of gender, sexuality & disability, building ramps for political intimacies as well as and the limits / possibilites of language in constructing/deconstructing relations of self & Other.

Title: Subject of the Real

Year: 2016

Medium: Mixed Media: Relief Print with Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Pen, Newspaper, Acrylic Medium Gel

Dimensions (sq inches): 6 x 6 in

Minimum Bid: $50

Approximate Value: $250

 

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Talcott Broadhead – Gender Truths!

Talcott Broadhead - Gender Truths!

Talcott Broadhead: Trans, Author/Illustrator, Parent, Radical Social Worker, Professor

Title: Gender Truths!

Year: 2016

Medium: ink + watercolor on watercolor paper

Dimensions (sq inches): 5.5 x 8 in

Minimum Bid: $10

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Shreya Shah – A Tough & Expansive Love

Shreya Shah - A Tough & Expansive Love

shreya shah is a femme facilitator, visual artist, healer, love warrior, and the founding director of saltwater social  justice training & consulting  (www.saltwatertraining.org ).

Title: A Tough & Expansive Love

Year: 2015

Medium:  Originally Watercolor + Ink. A print of the original.

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 14 in

Approximate Value: $35

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Sarah Sills – Moonshine

Sarah Sills - Moonshine

Sarah Sills: I am a graphic designer committed to social justice. I reach for watercolors, colored pencils or printmaking when the spirit moves me. These occasional bursts of creativity are flights of fancy.

Title: Moonshine

Year: 2006

Medium: Monoprint reprinted on Hhnemühle Paper digitally

Dimensions (sq inches): 8 x 10 in

Minimum Bid: $10

Approximate Value: $40

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Rosanna Ferraro Jensen – Wahe Guru Wahe Jio

Rosanna Ferraro Jensen - Wahe Guru Wahe Jio

Rosanna Ferraro‐Jensen, MA, MASG, is a spiritual care counselor passionate about the relationship  between color and spirituality.  Rosanna invites others to honor their spiritual journey with color as  companion, to explore and experience the sacred within and around.  Her daily spiritual practice includes  creative expression with color, and her artwork is displayed as meditative exhibits throughout southern  and northern California.  Rosanna is the founder of Honoring Your Spiritual Journey in Santa Monica, CA,  where she lives with her husband Kim and their dog, Bodhi.

Title: Wahe Guru Wahe Jio

Year: 2014

Medium: Giclee Print of Original Oil Pastel on paper

Dimensions (sq inches): 9 x 12 in

Minimum Bid: $30

Approximate Value: $100

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Rhys Ernst –  Print of 35mm Film Still from ​We’ve Been Around Lucy Hicks Anderson

Rhys Erns-  Print of 35mm Film Still from We’ve Been Around Lucy Hicks Anderson

Rhys Ernst is a filmmaker  and artist. His work investigates transgender identity in the context of larger narratives, and seeks to  develop and expand the portrayal of trans lives in media. He is a Producer on Amazon’s  “Transparent” and created the title sequence for the series.  ­

Ernst was nominated for a 2015 Emmy Award for directing and producing the webseries  “Transparent: This Is Me,” which won a Special Recognition GLAAD Award. In 2016 he teamed up  with Focus Features to create the online series “We’ve Been Around,” a collection of short films on  transgender pioneers.

Title: Print of 35mm Film Still from We’ve Been Around: Lucy Hicks Anderson  

Year: 2016

Medium: 35mm color slide film

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 17 in

 

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Peter Cramer – One Way Empire

Peter Cramer - One Way Empire

Peter Kramer: Interdisciplinary artist & activist living on the Lower East Side since 1981. His films, installations and performances has been featured in alternative spaces, museums and cultureal centers internationally. Notable achievements include with partner Jack Waters, the co-creation of Allied Productions Inc non profit arts umbrella in 1981, serving as directors of ABC No Rio alternative art collective from 1983-1990 and co-founder Le Petit Versailles (1996) community garden based in New York City.

One Way Empire is a series based on themes that I’ve been exploring since 1984. The film One Way Empire (2009) recombines images from my past 1986 film Corrective Measures: Pollitically Speaking with footage of the 2001 World Trade Center bombing as a regurgitation of terror. The economic polarization of people as capitalist cycles rise and fall by their own self-destruction and the response of activists to resist the return of fascist states.

Title: One Way Empire

Year: 2007

Medium: Ink Dye Print o paper, Edition of 25 2007 (#8 of 25.)

Dimensions (sq inches): 8.5 x 10 approx.

Minimum Bid: $75

Approximate Value: $200

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Patrick Staff – Self Pollution (1)

Patrick Staff - Self Pollution

Patrick Staff is an artist based in London and Los Angeles. Their forthcoming solo exhibition will take place at MOCA Los Angeles in Spring 2017.

Title: Self Pollution (1)

Year: 2016

Medium: Fluorescent yellow acrylic plastic sheet

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 11 in

Minimum Bid: $50

Approximate Value: $300

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Natalie Case – Bring Color, Bring Light

Natalie Case - Bring Color, Bring Light

Natalie Case enjoys painting abstract art in her spare time. Her father was an art teacher, and her grandfather painted in his spare time as well, and both inspired her love for art. Though she typically prefers to paint on large canvases, she appreciates getting an opportunity to try out a small work. If you are interested in seeing more of her paintings, feel free to contact her at natjcase@gmail.com

Title: Bring Color, Bring Light

Year: 2016

Medium: Acrylic paint on canvas

Dimensions (sq inches): 10 x 10 in

Minimum Bid: $15

Approximate Value: $35

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Nadia Awad – Untitled

Nadia Awad - Untitled

Nadia Awad is a visual artist and filmmaker. Selected exhibitions include: Iraqi Civilian Memorial Exhibition, Elizabeth Foundation Gallery, New York, NY (2011), San Jose, CA, (2011), and Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery, Reno, Nevada (2010); Objects of War Exhibition, flux factory, Queens, New York (2011). She curated a series of videos on new Palestinian video work and co­authored an article for Camera Obscura, “Queer/Palestinian: A Critical Conversation on Palestinian Queer and Women’s Cinema.” She received a Van Lier Fellowship as part of her Smack Mellon Residency in 2015-2016.

Title: Untitled

Year: 2016

Medium: Photocollage

Dimensions (sq inches): 9 x 12 in

Minimum Bid: $50

Approximate Value: $200

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Monica Trinidad – The Dream is Real

Monica Trinidad - The Dream is Real

Monica Trinidad is a community-taught artist, writer and organizer. In 2011, she co-founded Brown and Proud Press, a zine-making collective of people of color with the intent of sharing personal narratives as a catalyst for collective healing and change. Now in its 3rd year, Brown & Proud Press has zines archived at the University of Chicago’s Library Zine Collection and Barnard Zine Library, and sold through various distros and bookstores across the country. Monica recently had her artwork featured in the first ever Artists Against Police Violence curated exhibit at East Meets Words Gallery in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She recognizes the integral role art and culture play in our organizing efforts against state violence, and intends to continue creating art that sustains our movements and illuminates our dreams.

Title: The Dream is Real

Year: 2015

Medium: Watercolor, digital print

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 17 in

Minimum Bid: $10

Approximate Value: $75

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Mik Kinkead – Untitled

Mik Kinkead - untitled

Mik Kinkead has been quilting since a young age, and recently returned to it as an antidote to practicing the law and inspired by SRLP clients and members on the inside who make art every day with the most limited of reosurces. All of Mik’s quilts are hand-sewn and hand-quilted.

Year: 2016

Medium: Cotton and silk cloth, organic batting, cotton thread

Dimensions (sq inches): 52 x 52 in

Minimum Bid: $100

Approximate Value: $500

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Melanie Cervantes – Between the Leopard and the Jaguar

Melanie Cervantes - Between the Leopard and the Jaguar

Melanie Cervantes (Xicana) has never lived far from the California Coast having been born in Harbor City, California and raised in a small city in the South Bay of Los Angeles. Now making her home in the San Francisco Bay Area she creates visual art that is inspired by the people around her and her communities’ desire for radical change and social transformation.

In 2007 she co-founded Dignidad Rebelde, a graphic arts collaboration that produces screen prints, political posters and multimedia projects that are grounded in Third World and indigenous movements that build people’s power to transform the conditions of fragmentation, displacement and loss of culture that result from histories of colonialism, genocide, and exploitation. Dignidad Rebelde’s purpose is to translate the stories of struggle and resistance into artwork that can be put back into the hands of the communities who inspire it.

Melanie has exhibited at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco); National Museum of Mexican Art (Chicago); Mexic-Arte and Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center (Austin, TX); and Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY).  Her art is known worldwide reaching Egypt, Brazil, Mexico, Thailand, Slovenia, Palestine, Venezuela, Switzerland, Colombia, India and Guatemala. Her work is in public collections of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics, the Latin American Collection of the Green Library at Stanford, and the Library of Congress and the as well as various private collections throughout the U.S.

Title: Between the Leopard and the Jaguar

Year: 2015

Medium: Screenprint

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 15 in

Minimum Bid: $20

Approximate Value: $38

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Marin Watts – Self Portrait W/ Cream #1

Marin Watts - Self Portrait with Cream #1

Marin Watts is a queer, trans, Filipino multimedia artist from the South and is deeply committed to social justice. His multimedia video installations, drawings, and photographs explore queerness and identity.

Title: Self Portrait W/ Cream #1

Year: 2015

Medium: Photography

Dimensions (sq inches): 20 x 25 in

Minimum Bid: $60

Approximate Value: $200

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Mariah Garnett – Open Letter Video Still 2

Mariah Garnett - Open Letter Video Still 2

Mariah Garnett mixes documentary, narrative and experimental filmmaking practices to make work that accesses existing people and communities beyond her immediate experience. Using source material that ranges from found text to iconic gay porn stars, Garnett often inserts herself into the films, creating cinematic allegories that codify and locate identity. She holds an MFA from Calarts in Film/Video and a BA from Brown University in American Civilization. She has received awards from the Rema Hort Mann Foundation, California Community Fund and Artadia. She has had solo exhibitions at the Metropolitan Arts Center (Belfast, UK), ltd los angeles (Los Angeles), and Louis B James (New York), and her work has shown at SF MoMA, REDCAT, White Columns, Ann Arbor Film Festival and in the 2014 Made in LA Hammer Biennial. She lives and works in Los Angeles.

Title: Open Letter Video Still 2

Year: 2016

Medium: Archival Inkjet Print

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 19 in

Minimum Bid: $100

Approximate Value: $500

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Linda Sutker Cope – From my Studio

Linda Cope - From My Studio

Linda Sutker Cope: Transplant from South Carolina. Careers as librarian, mother, writer, artist, yoga therapist…Love them all.

Title: From my Studio

Year: 2014

Medium: Sharpie on paper

Dimensions (sq inches): 8.5 x 11 in

Approximate Value: $125

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Leilah Babirye – White Man with Hat

Leilah Babirye - White Man with Hat

Babirye Leilah is an artist and activist currently seeking asylum in the Unites States from the atmosphere of LGBT discrimination upheld by the 2009 Anti-Homosexuality Bill in her native Uganda. One of eleven children, Babirye’s father disowned her when she came out. Babirye studied art at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda from 2007 to 2010, and in 2015 she participated in the Fire Island Artist Residency. Following completion of her residency, Babirye remained in New York. Her asylum petition is supported by The African Services Committee. Babirye’s multidisciplinary work has been included in numerous international exhibitions including the 2014 Kampala Art Biennale; the KLA ART 14: Kampala Contemporary Art Festival; the 2016 Dak’Art Biennale; and an ongoing exhibition, THINGS FALL APART, at the Trapholt Museum in Denmark. Combining her work as an artist and activist, she has hosted and participated in many workshops including with Visual AIDS and Women Across Borders.

Title: White Man with Hat

Year: 2016

Medium: Cermanic

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 8 x ¾ in

Minimum Bid: $50

Approximate Value: $350

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Leah Moskowitz – Partial Aura (reversed and drained)

Leah Moskowitz - Partial Aura

Leah  Moskowitz   understands  photography  as  an  experience  of  time  made  visible  –  made  into  a  picture,  materialized  in   sculpture,  or  activated  by  way  of  performance.  b.1982,  Pennsylvania.  Lives  and  works  in  New  York.

Title: Partial Aura (reversed and drained)

Year: 2016

Medium: Silver gelatin print, wood

Dimensions (sq inches): 12 x 15 in

Minimum Bid: $50

Approximate Value: $500

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Laimah Osman – HEAT

Laimah Osman - Heat

Laimah Osman is a Brooklyn-based artist and educator whose artistic production takes the form of prints, drawings and artists’ books. She screenprints words together to make phrases. Her themes of love and longing are based in Persian poetry, mantras of compassion are based in Buddhist philosophy and her approach is a shout out to Sister Mary Corita Kent.

http://azadportfolio.net

Title: HEAT

Year: 2013

Medium: Screenprint on tracing paper

Dimensions (sq inches): 4 x 6 in

Minimum Bid: $50

Approximate Value: $100

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Katherine Alexandria – Harley 1, Harley 2, Harley 3

Harley 1 Harley 3 Harley 2

Katherine Alexandria is a Chicago based artist and activist. She is creates large scale abstract paintings, small scale portraits in collaboration with her subjects, informational seed bombs, and therapeutic art pieces in her Edgewater studio in the Artist in Residence Building.  She is passionate about the creating of Information Art, and the experience of work.

Title: Harley 1, Harley 2, Harley 3

Year: 2016

Medium: Ink and watercolor wash

Dimensions (sq inches): Harley 1- 9.5″x10.25″ , Harley 2- 8.25″x12.75″, Harley 3-  9.5″ x 17.25″

Minimum Bid: $50/each piece

Approximate Value: $50/each piece

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Karina Aviva Benjamin – Lola

Karina Benjamin - Lola

Karina Aviva Benjamin: [I] am a NYC based artist whose life long goal has been to make a career merging my two utmost passions; art and human rights. I believe in the healing power of art, of its ability to spread messages globally and its necessity within our social structure. Though my experience has been mainly in theatre and film format, in the past few years fine art has worked its way into my hands and I am ever so grateful for it.

Title: Lola

Year: 2016

Medium: Acrylic, Cerne Relief, Effect Paint

Dimensions (sq inches): 12 x 12 in

Approximate Value: $350

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Kalani Catbagan – Anohni

Kalani Catbagan - Anohni

Kalani draws from the <heart3  Inspirations come from our Mother Earth, compassion, & a striving for peace , balance, & equanimity.

Title: Anohni

Year: 2016

Medium: marker on paper

Dimensions (sq inches): 12 x 16 in

Minimum Bid: $0

Approximate Value: $799

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Kae Whalen – through the stone grows the grass

Kae Whalen - through the stone grows the grass

Kae Whalen: Born in San Diego, California, 1991. Received a BA from Sarah Lawrence College in 2013. Based in Los Angeles. Materials include video, resource infrastructures, data and surveillance technologies, gender, textiles, and clays.

Title: through the stone grows the grass

Year: 2016

Medium: Polymer clay, woven cord

Dimensions (sq inches): 6 x 14.5 in

Minimum Bid: $50

Approximate Value: $300

 

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Joy Episalla – AerilView1a

Joy Episalla-AerialView1

Joy Episalla lives and works in NYC

Title: AerilView1a

Year: 2016

Medium: Silver gelatin print mounted to archival cotton rag paper + velcro mounting tabs

Dimensions (sq inches): 4 x 6 in

Minimum Bid: $200

Approximate Value: $500

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Josh Thorson – Condom Abstraction #4 (series of 12)

Josh Thorson - Condom Abstruction Number 4 (series of 12)

Josh Thorson is an artist and writer. His video works have been exhibited at Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, MoMA, Columbia College’s Glass Curtain Gallery, Anthology Film Archives , EMPAC, The New Museum, Light Industry, the Mix Festival, Pacific Film Archive, Eyebeam, among others. Thorson received his BFA from the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities), and received his MFA from THE Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College. In 2013, he completed his PhD in Electronic Arts from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is a professor of Fine Art in the School of Photographic Arts & Sciences at Rochester Institute of Technology.

Title: Condom Abstraction #4 (series of 12)

Year: 2006

Medium: latex and copper leaf on vellum

Dimensions (sq inches): 9 x 12

Minimum Bid: $60

Approximate Value: $400

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Jonah Groeneboer – Interference Composition IV.

Jonah Groeneboer - Interference Composition IV

Jonah Groeneboer is an interdisciplinary artist working in sculpture, installation, drawing, video and photo. His work has been exhibited at Art in General (2016), the Queens Museum (2016), MoMA PS1, Long Island City, NY (2015),  CCS Bard Hessel Museum of Art (2015), Contemporary Art Museum Houston, Houston, TX (2015), Platform Centre for Photographic and Digital Arts in Winnipeg(2015), Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY (2013), Shoshawna Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica, CA (2010), and Exile, Berlin, Germany(2010), among others. His work has been written about in the New York Times, the New Yorker, Art 21.com and Art Journal. He has been an artist in residence at Ox-Bow School of Art, the Fire Island Artist Residency, and Recess’s Session program in New York City. Jonah Groeneboer studied at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada, received a BFA in Intermedia at Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, OR in 2005, and an MFA in Studio Art at New York University, New York, NY in 2007.

Title: Interference Composition IV

Year: 2015

Medium: Fiber-based Silver Gelatin Photo

Dimensions (sq inches): 8 x 10

Minimum Bid: $100

Approximate Value: $400

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Johanna Breiding – #Enough

Johanna Breiding - #Enough

Johanna Breiding’s practice stems from photography, considering the medium’s history, its representational role and limitations. Incorporating video and installation to emphasize voice, movement, and experiential pathos, she locates her work within the intersection of analogue and digital technologies, the construction of gender and cultural identity, and the questioning of heteronormative ideologies within the personal and social space. Breiding attended the Glasgow School of Art and received her Masters from CalArts. She has exhibited work both nationally and internationally including Photo LA, Human Resources gallery, Elga Wimmer gallery, Susanne Vielmetter gallery, the Armory Center for the Arts, Souther Exposure and the Berkeley Art Museum. Originally from a small village in Switzerland, Johanna Breiding currently lives and works between San Francisco and Los Angeles, techinga t SFAI and CalArts.

Title: #Enough

Year: 2016

Medium: Cyanotype (Sun Print)

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 17

Minimum Bid: $3150

Approximate Value: $450

 

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Heidi Howard – Fabric Project Peter Clough 7

Heidi Howard - Fabric Project Peter Clough

Heidi Howard was born, raised and currently lives in Queens, New York. She received her MFA from Columbia University in 2014. She has participated in solo and group exhibitions including “Intimisms” coorganized by Aliza Nisenbaum at James Cohan Gallery, “New Work New York” curated by Kat Griefen at 695 Grand Street, “United Against Speculation” curated by Rirkrit Tiravanija and Tomas Vu at The Leroy Neiman Gallery, “The Beauty of Friends Coming Together” curated by Phong Bui at Industry Cities and “For Her Love” curated by Erika Petterson at Arts East New York Inc.. Her work has been reviewed in the Brooklyn Rail, Art F City and on artcritical.com and onverge.com. Howard is represented by Nancy Margolis Gallery in New York City.

 

Title: Fabric Project Peter Clough 7

Year: 2015

Medium: Gouache on fabric

Dimensions (sq inches): 16 x 8

Minimum Bid: $15

Approximate Value: $100

 

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Geo Wyeth – I Shit You Not

Geo Wyeth - I Shit You Not

Geo Wyeth works with music, performance, installation, and video. Presented at The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, MoMA PS1 (Greater New York 2016), LA MoCA, The New Museum, New York Live Arts, The Studio Museum in Harlem, Bostom ICA, Kate Werble Gallery, La MaMa Theatre, Human Resources, The Pyramid Club, and Joe’s Pub. S/he is currently in residence at the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten for the years 2015/2016 in Amsterdam.

 

Title: I Shit You Not

Year: 2016

Medium: Mixed media

Dimensions: 51 cm x 20.5 cm x 5cm

Minimum Bid: $50

Approximate Value: $1200

 

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Gabriel Lee – Against All Odds

Gabriel Lee - Against All Odds

Gabriel Lee is a genderqueer graphic designer and artist. They design for social justice and make art about horror, alienation, and survival. They are always looking for new clients and collaborators with whom to produce queer propaganda.

 

Title: Against All Odds

Year: 2016

Medium: Denim vest, dimensional paint

Dimensions (sq inches): 18.5 x 24

Minimum Bid: $40

Approximate Value: $80

 

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Emily Roysdon – Calendar

Emily Roysdon - Calendar

Emily Roysdon (born 1977) is a New York and Stockholm based artist and writer, currently a Professor of Art at Konstfack in Stockholm, Sweden. Roysdon is a multimedia interdisciplinary artist, using performance, photography, print making, text, video, curating and collaboration as media for artistic expression.

Title: Calendar

Year: 2013

Medium: Screen print on Bristol board with brass fastener

Dimensions (sq inches): 22 x 17

Minimum Bid: $200

Approximate Value: $800

 

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Elise Gardella – Pretty Flowers

Elise Gardella - Pretty Flowers

Influenced by music, feminism and the spiritual underpinings of her childhood, Elise Gardella creates visual stories in dialogue with her frequent questions and pervasive hopes. Everything is greatly infused by her life as a mother, grandmother, and a SAVI volunteer advocate with survivors of partner violence and sexual assault. She works across mediums motivated by a curiosity or idea. Since 2012 has instigated “Presenting at 17” at her apartment <presenting-at-17.tumblr.com>. The 2015 show 39×17, La Mama Galleria, NYC celebrated these artists. Often collaborating — two projects as Friends of William Blake are in Agitprop! Brooklyn Museum of Art (12/2015 – 8/2016). Bard MFA.

 

Title: Pretty Flowers from the Series/Show “Gray Shapeless Monster”

Year: 2013

Medium: Phorograph shot on 35mm film – archival digital print

Dimensions (sq inches): 16 x 13.5

Minimum Bid: $75

Approximate Value: $500

 

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Elia Alba – La Jaba

Elia Alba - La JabaElia Alba was born in Brooklyn, 1962. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Hunter College in 1994 and completed the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program in 2001. She has exhibited at Studio Museum in Harlem, El Museo del Barrio; The RISD Museum, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Science Museum, London; ITAU Cultural Institute, Sao Paolo, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid and 10th Havana Biennial.  Awards include, Studio Museum in Harlem Artist-in Residence Program (1999), NYFA Grant (Crafts 2002 and Photography 2008); Pollack-Krasner Foundation Grant (2002) and Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant (2002 and 2008), LMCC Workspace Program (2009).  Her work is in the collection of The Smithsonian American Art Museum, among others. She is currently working on a publication on Larry Levan and DJ Culture as well as publication / event series titled “The Supper Club” with The Shelly & Donald Rubin Foundation.  This will culminate in a solo exhibition and book launch at The 8Th Floor, Spring 2017.  She lives and works in Queens, New York.

Title: La Jaba

Year: 2003

Medium: Photography

Dimensions (sq inches): 4 x 6

Minimum Bid: $500

Approximate Value: $1,500

 

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EJ Hill

EJ Hill - A Monumental Offering of Potential Energy (study) 

EJ Hill (b. 1985, Los Angeles, CA) practices endurance-based performance in which he uses his body as the literal and symbolic site for examining the many ways in which physical and ideological bodies may transcend their afflictions. His work has been presented in solo and group exhibitions in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Buenos Aires and Berlin. He received a BFA from Columbia College in Chicago (2011), an MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles (2013), and is a current Artist-in-Residence at The Studio Museum in Harlem.

 

Title: A Monumental Offering of Potential Energy (study)

Year: 2016

Medium: Collage

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 13

Minimum Bid: $150

Approximate Value: $600

 

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David Needleman – Robin Lord Taylor by David Needleman

David Needleman - Robin Lord Taylor by David Needleman

Born in New York City, David Needleman decided at age 12 that he wanted to be a portrait photographer. He’s pursued that love ever since. After graduating from the School of Visual Arts, David spent much of the next decade working for Steven Meisel. That mentorship provided David the invauable experience to stake out on his own. Over the last 7 years, David has been a regular contributor of celebrity portraiture to L’Uomo Vogue. In addition, David has also photographed for L’Officiel Italia, Vanity Fair, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Hollywood Reporter, Forbes and more. David lives and works between New York City and Los Angeles.

Title: Robin Lord Taylor by David Needleman

Year: 2015

Medium: Archival digital black and white print

Dimensions (sq inches): 8 x 10

Minimum Bid: $250

Approximate Value: $1000

 

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Cristy C Road – Women of Color Against Militarism

Cristy C Road - Women of Color Against Militarism

Cristy C. Road is a Cuban-American illustrator, writer and musician who’s been supplying creative work for punk rock, publishing, & social justice movements since she was a teenager in Miami, circa 1997. Road published a zine, Greenzine for ten years, and has since released 3 novels, which tackle queerness, mental health, cultural identity, and punk. Her most recent work, “Spit and Passion”, is a graphic coming-out memoir (about staying in the closet). She’s currently working on the NEXT WORLD Tarot Cardmdeck, and her punk rock band,The Homewreckers. Road hibernates in Brooklyn with her cat
Miss Chippy.

Nicole Eisenman is an artist who lives in NYC. Has work in Museums all over the place including MoMA New York, SFMoMA, The Whitney Museum, The Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Chicago Institute of Art.

Title: Women of Color Against Militarism – Post for Incite! Color of Violence Conference

Year: 2004

Medium: Ink, digital

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 17

Minimum Bid: $20

Approximate Value: $35

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Cristy C Road – The Chariot

Cristy C Road - The Chariot

Cristy C. Road is a Cuban-American illustrator, writer and musician who’s been supplying creative work for punk rock, publishing, & social justice movements since she was a teenager in Miami, circa 1997. Road published a zine, Greenzine for ten years, and has since released 3 novels, which tackle queerness, mental health, cultural identity, and punk. Her most recent work, “Spit and Passion”, is a graphic coming-out memoir (about staying in the closet). She’s currently working on the NEXT WORLD Tarot Cardmdeck, and her punk rock band,The Homewreckers. Road hibernates in Brooklyn with her cat Miss Chippy.

Nicole Eisenman is an artist who lives in NYC. Has work in Museums all over the place including MoMA New York, SFMoMA, The Whitney Museum, The Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Chicago Institute of Art.

Title: The Chariot – For the Next World Tarot card Deck

Year: 2014

Medium: Ink, marker, acrylic

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 14

Minimum Bid: $20

Approximate Value: $35

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Cristy C Road – Raza Encendida

Cristy C Road - Raza Encendida

Cristy C. Road is a Cuban-American illustrator, writer and musician who’s been supplying creative work for punk rock, publishing, & social justice movements since she was a teenager in Miami, circa 1997. Road published a zine, Greenzine for ten years, and has since released 3 novels, which tackle queerness, mental health, cultural identity, and punk. Her most recent work, “Spit and Passion”, is a graphic coming-out memoir (about staying in the closet). She’s currently working on the NEXT WORLD Tarot Cardmdeck, and her punk rock band,The Homewreckers. Road hibernates in Brooklyn with her cat
Miss Chippy.

Nicole Eisenman is an artist who lives in NYC. Has work in Museums all over the place including MoMA New York, SFMoMA, The Whitney Museum, The Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Chicago Institute of Art.

Title: Raza Encendida

Year: 2010

Medium: Ink, marker, digital

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 14

Minimum Bid: $10

Approximate Value: $30

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Cristy C Road – Protect Trans Lives

Cristy C Road - Protect Trans Lives

Cristy C. Road is a Cuban-American illustrator, writer and musician who’s been supplying creative work for punk rock, publishing, & social justice movements since she was a teenager in Miami, circa 1997. Road published a zine, Greenzine for ten years, and has since released 3 novels, which tackle queerness, mental health, cultural identity, and punk. Her most recent work, “Spit and Passion”, is a graphic coming-out memoir (about staying in the closet). She’s currently working on the NEXT WORLD Tarot Cardmdeck, and her punk rock band,The Homewreckers. Road hibernates in Brooklyn with her cat
Miss Chippy.

Title: Protect Trans Lives – in Memoriam of the 21 documented murders of US Trans Women in 2015

Year: 2015

Medium: Ink, marker

Dimensions (sq inches): 24 x 20

Minimum Bid: $10

Approximate Value: $30

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Colin Self – No More Else

Colin Self - No More Else

Colin Self is a composer and choreographer based in Brooklyn and Berlin. He makes music, performance, and environments for expanding consciousness and troubling binaries and boundaries of perception. Working across disciplines and practices, he uses voices, bodies, and computers as tools to interface with biological and technological software.

Title: No More Else

Year: 2015

Medium: Sound sculpture

Dimensions (sq inches): 14 x 10 x 7

Minimum Bid: $50

Approximate Value: $280

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Christine Stoddard – Lady Tyger

Christine Stoddard - Lady Tyger

Originally from Virginia, Christine is a Salvadoran – Scottish – American artist whose work has appeared in the New York Transit Museum, the Poe Museum, the Ground Zero Museum and beyond.

Title: Lady Tyger

Year: 2015

Medium: Mixed media (nail polish, tissue paper, construction paper, etc)

Dimensions (sq inches): 8 x 14

Minimum Bid: $75

Approximate Value: $150

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Buzz Slutsky – Purple Color Study

Buzz Slutzky - purple color study

Buzz Slutzky is an artist and writer. They work in a range of media, including drawing, sculpture, performance, and video. Their writing has included poetry, creative nonfiction, and art criticism. From 2010-2012, they were Curator of the Pop-Up Museum of Queer History. Slutzky’s work has been exhibited at Los Ojos, Cooper Union, Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), The Leslie Lohman Museum, La Mama, The MIX NYC Queer Experimental Film Festival, and Columbia College. They earned their BA from Sarah Lawrence College in 2010, and their MFA from Parsons the New School for Design in 2015, after which they were a resident at the Vermont Studio Center. They currently teach a course in video production at the College of Staten Island.

Title: purple color study (paper bag and landscape)

Year: 2015

Medium: ink and colored pencil on tracing paper

Dimensions (sq inches):  8.5 x 11

Minimum Bid: $60

Approximate Value: $100

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Ariel Goldberg – Stick

Ariel Goldberg- Stick

Ariel Goldberg’s The Photographer was published by Roof Books in 2015. Their book length essay The Estrangement Principle is forthcoming from Nightboat Books in Fall 2016. They are the Friday Night Coordinator at The Poetry Project. You can watch a recent slideshow of their photographs at therangeontheinternet.com

Title: Stick

Year: 2013

Medium: archival ink-jet print, framed

Dimensions (sq inches): 18 x 22

Minimum Bid: $317

Approximate Value: $500

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Anthony Iacono – Blade

Anthony Iacono - Blade

Anthony Iacono was born in 1987 in New York. He received his BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York in 2010 and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2013. His first solo-exhibition titled, Crudités at Sunset, opened at PPOW Gallery in New York in 2015. He has been included in group shows at Rockaway Topless, Brennan & Griffin, Ed. Varie, 106 Green and Torrance Shipman. He is currently a graduate student at Virginia Commonwealth University in the Sculpture and Extended media program.

Title: Blade

Year: 2016

Medium:Acrylic on cut paper

Dimensions (sq inches):11 3/4 x 8 3/4

Minimum Bid: $600

Approximate Value: $400

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Andrea Geyer – Chelsea

Andrea Geyer - Chelsea

Andrea Geyer’s work addresses the construction and politics of time in the intersection of politics, culture and history. Exhibitions include: Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, Artist Space in New York; TATE Modern, Serpentine Gallery in London; Generali Foundation, Secession in Vienna; Witte De White in Rotterdam; the Turin Biennale, Italy and documenta12/Kassel. She is represented by Galerie Thomas Zander in Cologne, Germany and Parque Galeria in Mexico. www.andreageyer.info

Title: Scratch the Surface from Below (Chelsea)

Year: 2016

Medium: Acrylic on Paper

Dimensions (sq inches): 22 x 30

Minimum Bid:  $350.00

Approximate Value: $4,000.00

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AK Burns – Untitled (swipes)

A.K. Burns - untitled (swipes)

A.K. Burns is an interdisciplinary artist and educator residing in Brooklyn and working in Queens, NY. With the body a site of ongoing negotiation, Burns utilizes video, installation, performance, sculpture and collaboration to actively rework economies of gender, labor, ecology and sexuality. Burns is currently a 2016 -17 Radcliffe Fellow at Harvard University, where she will be developing the long term project, Negative Space, a cycle of multimedia installations that take speculative fiction as a point of departure. Burns is a founding member of W.A.G.E (Working Artists in the Great Economy) an artists’ advocacy group that most recently developed W.A.G.E certification and fee calculator both launched in 2014. Burns also co-founded and co-edited Randy, an annual trans-feminist arts magazine from 2010 – 2013, and released a compendium publication in June 2016. Burns is represented by Callicoon Fine Arts and Video Data Bank.

Title: Untitled (swipes)

Year: 2007

Medium: ink on paper

Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 14

Minimum Bid: $100

Approximate Value: $1,200

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